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at bathfittern.com. donald trump calls on voters to fix the problem. new details of the fbi investigation of the disturbing officer student incident at spring valy high school. from the first pitch, a 14-inning game one thriller as the world series goes late into the night. plus, a disturbing new study about faulty tires that may be on your vehicle. and the president makes the phrase, playing like a girl, cool. that and much more.
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"early today" starts right now. happy wednesday. we want to begin with the latest by that shocking video of a a police officer forcibly arresting a student in a south carolina clasroom. we are now hearing from a second student arrested. nbc has the latest. >> reporter: it's 10:30 monday morning. resource officer ben fields is called in. they said she had taken out her phone and refused to leave when the teacher asked. the confrontation escalates silently. he throws her across the floor. >> he was slinging her around like a rag doll. >> reporter: he said she stood up to her class mate and was
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>> i felt like the grown men were scared. he's known as officer slammed. i was in eighth grade hearing about this man. >> reporter: trending under the hash tag, assault at spring valley high school. >> it's not even that seize rr seat. >> reporter: his boss says the girl tried to punch fields at least once. when a student refuses to comply, what should a resource officer do? >> we'd like to see the school handle it and not involve a civil law enforcement officer. >> they're also facing a lawsuit claiming in part that fields unfairly and recklessly targets african american students with gang membership. he's also a football coach and
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had received a cultural excellence award last year. >> he's a really good officer. sometimes he can be pretty mean but he can also help kids out at the school. >> reporter: he's on administrative leave without pay. >> wep, deputy fields has not commented, nor has the student. the sheriff says he doesn't believe race is a factor and that the teacher and principal initially said the force was appropriate. he said he plans to announce a decision about field's future in the department later today. on the late show with steven colbert. >> do we let them fail this time? >> yes. yes, yes. >> and tonight's gop debate will be the first with a new frontrunner, ben carson is
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surging in front of donald trump who asked iowans last night, get yourb ins up -- numbers up, please. >> reporter: number one nationally in a major pole for the first time ever, now over taking donald trump thanks to support from people like this man. >> he is extremely intelligent. exhibits incredible leadership skills. >> reporter: using words like intelligence and humble. >> lot of republicans are now more attractive to carson's personality style and professional experiences but he too will have to deal with the details and the policy. >> reporter: he's also raising eyebrows with his unorthodox policy views and defending his education reform plan but saying it's not redistribution.
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responsibility to educate everyone and looking that best system in order to do that. >> reporter: it's not just what he says but how he says it, quietly, that's in stark contrast to his main rival and the candidate yelling isn't trump, it's kasich. >> do you know how crazy this election is? >> reporter: the establishment republican trying to make noise in this crowded field. 71% say it's too early to fully commit. not trump supporters though. they're 55% l in. eastern. today, the house will vote on a budget deal. house speaker boehner calls it the best possible deal at this moment. and many republicans are not happy with it. tracie potts live with the
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so, did speaker boehner hand the president a win with this? >> reporter: some republicans think that and they're not happy about that, including house speaker, paul ryan, he and other rrns say this was a secret back room deal that does not serve the american public. it puts this whole issue after the elections and restoring 80 $80 billion billions in spending from the sequester cuts but they're trying to squeeze it through before boehner steps down as speaker. ryan said it stinks, boehner said i agree but we had no choice and he's trying to get ryan to start with a clean slate. not clear at all if it will pass the house, and even if it does, there's already opposition in the senate. ted cruz said this is utter
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marco rubio says it's severely flawed. and rand paul is already promising a fillbuster. that vote happening, we expect, sometime later today. the kansas city royals beat the new york mets in a marathon, five hour, nine minute game of the world series. and escobar hit an inside the park home run on the first pitch of the first inning, giving the royals an early lead. mets were up 4-3 in the bottom of the 9th and tying it with a solo homer sending the game to extra innings and in the bottom of the 14th, a sacrifice fly. the game was temporarily suspended after fox's production truck lost power. the game resumed 10 minutes later after both managers agreed to play without replay
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two innings later, game two is later today. defense secretary, ash carter did not mince words. he appeared before the senate armed services committee. >> reporter: after american and kurdish cumandos stormed an isis prison in iraq, freeing dozens of hostages, it was clear u.s. had entered directly into combat in the middle east. it cost the life of sergeant wieler. and u.s. troops will be in combat against isis. >> we won't hold back from supporting capable partners in opportunistic attacks against isil, whether by strikes from the air or direct action on the
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ground. >> reporter: but the president has said repeatedly. >> the forces that have been deployed to iraq do not and cannot have a combat mission. >> reporter: considering a wider role for u.s. troops in iraq and syria, while insisting so-called regular troop s s will no longer be in combat. the white house insists nothing has changed, but the pentagon also insists there will be more troops engaging in direct action. a big win for company manufacturing the first new bomber since the cold war. an estimated worth of $77 billions and it could be worth over $30 trillion.
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join u.s. forces in the mid2020. switch gears. take a look at the weather outside. bill karins has been watching that. it's one of the bigger rain shields we've seen in a long time. a lut of the leaves are at their peek, they're examine coming down. and we could get isolated periods of heavy rain with flooding oen the roadways. definitely airport delays are possibility too. and now through philadelphia, eventually this afternoon, that heavy rain will shift into new england. as far as the gusty winds, the worst of the winds great lakes down to ohio. that's where we have high wind warnings, gusts up to 40 to 50 miles per hour. and new york city, hartford, that would be with gusty winds
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and the heavy rain. midwest to the northeast, we're going to clear it out today down in the southeast where yesterday you received your soaker. now a closer look at the day ahead. so, obviously with all the clouds and rain, temperatures will be kept in check but temperatures will be in the 60s and the cold air spilling in from canada is down in the northern plains from dakotas to minnesota. i guess give yourself extra time and a big umbrella. rits one of those days where the umbrella goes inside out. new details from the ntsb for anyone driving a car or truck. plus, the scene of a dangerous robbery. ext. phil! oh no... (under his breath) hey man! hey peter. (unenthusiastic) oh... ha ha ha! joanne? is that you? it's me... r jingle jingle.
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coming up on "today," the heart throbs are taking over a performance live on the plaza. now in sports, the golden state warriors celebrated their 2015 nba championship, including ailing head coach, steve kerr. the reigning nba, mvp scored 20 of his 30 points in the first quarter. warriors win 111-95. next to chicago where a busy president obama offered his take on his bulls. >> well, these are two of the top teams in the east. i think in the west, it's a free for all. clippers, golden state, oklahoma, houston.
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so, i wouldn't want to by -- i'm glad my bulls are in the east. >> in the end, the president's chicago bulls would pull out 97-95. and earlier in the day the president welcomed the world cup women's team to the white house. >> this team taught all america's children that playing like a girl means you're a bad -- perhaps i shouldn't have used that phrase. playing like a girl means being the best. it means drawing the largest tv audience for a soccer match, men or women's in american history. >> i like the first phrase. just ahead, new stuff from taylor swift and a new look at the new "hunger ger ttle on his little boat any harder if he tried. he's beached here, gazing out on an unforgiving landscape. for while the people who come in
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>> christa: good morning, starting off here on this wednesday morning with 7news. >> jadiann: good morning. overnight, nearly three dozen people forced out of a lynn apartment building by flames. the fire broke out just before midnight. firefighters say they had to use ladders to get some people out of the building. >> christa: a five-year-old boy from worcester is recovering this morning. he was hit by a car getting off a school bus. the boy was allowed to get off the bus but there wasn't an adult there to meet him, which is against school policy. >> jadiann: democratic frontrunner hillary clinton with strong words for big banks during her appearance on the late show.
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what she'll do differently from her predecessors if banks get into trouble. >> christa: the mets and royals played more than five hours before kansas city won on a sacrifice fly in the 14th 14th inning. a lot of people talking about something that happened behind the scenes that caused a problem for lots of people watching at home. we'll have much more on that if you stayed up. you probably know what that is. >> jadiann: long game and a lot of mentions on twitter about that. this morning we're talking about the changes in the weather now and coming our way. >> christa: maybe rain in store. >> jeremy: having the rain gear when you head out the front door, not for this morning but the late afternoon and evening. we have a storm coming tonight. the brunt of the storm will be tonight through early tomorrow morning. rain, most towns about an inch but there could be a couple locations where you have 2 inches of rain. especially if we have thunderstorms on the cape tonight, tomorrow morning. clogged storm drains with leaves
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may lead to street flooding overnight tonight and tomorrow morning during the commute. winds will be gusty along the coastline, developing this evening and overnight. we have a wind advisory in effect tonight. north shore, cape ann, city of boston, south shore, south coast and cape with winds gusting 20 to 40 miles an hour. where is this storm? the center is way out in chicago. but it is taking up a lot of real estate. the eastern half of the united states inundated with showers. if you have business travel, new york, d.c., buffalo, chicago, detroit, plan on rain. the morning commute is dry. lunchtime is dry. here comes the rain about 4:00 this afternoon. 7news begins now. >> christa: breaking news from overnight. a fast-moving fire tearing through an apartment building in lynn leaving dozens of people out in the cold this morning. >> jadiann: what we could learn
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